Yes, they can be replaced.
First, remove all connections & solder from the terminal. The just
squeeze in the little "noogie", adjacent to the plastic base on the
terminal portion, with a pair of pliers and the contact will slide out
through the top.
Where to obtain a replacement, short of stripping another socket, is
73 & Good morning,
On Sat, 03 Aug 2002 22:12:14 -0400 Don Winn <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Can the pin contacts in the SK-410 be replaced? I didn't see a way
> replace them.
> I broke one of the pins and need to replace the socket or if
> possible, the
> broken pin.
> Anyone have a used socket they wish to sell.
> Don AF4Z
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